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Cosmetically smoothing over visible facial scars
11-September-2018

A novel cosmetic product, designed to fill small to moderate facial scars, has shown promise in covering such deformities in a small group of patients.

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Contact: Ngaroma Riley Institution: Tohoku University
 
Ground-breaking Approach Accelerates Drug Discovery Process
3-September-2018

International study develops innovative method to discover new anti-epileptic drug in record time, with potential to do the same for other diseases.

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Contact: dukenus Institution: Duke-NUS Medical School
 
HKBU scholars in world-first breakthrough for difficult-to-treat breast cancer
29-August-2018

Chemists at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) have discovered the use of a metal compound that inhibits the enzyme closely associated with triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), one of the most difficult forms of breast cancer to treat.

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Contact: Hong Kong Baptist University Institution: Hong Kong Baptist University
 
High-Sugar Feeding only at Active Times of Day Reduces Adverse Effects in Rats
27-August-2018

A study by researchers at Nagoya University and other universities has indicated that feeding rats a high-sucrose diet only at night, when they are active, ameliorates high levels of fat accumulation in the blood and liver, avoiding the associated adverse effects of metabolic syndrome.

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Contact: Sebastian Eifrid Institution: Nagoya University
 
Signaling Cascade that Repairs Damaged Nerve Cells Characterized
26-August-2018

Researchers at Nagoya University have identified the series of molecules involved in the regeneration of damaged nerves in roundworm, showing that it largely overlaps with the signals used by the intrinsic removal system to take up and process dying cells.

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Contact: Sebastian Eifrid Institution: Nagoya University
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